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Sometimes video game secrets can be a little cryptic, but what happens when one series takes it just a little too far? Today, Pikasprey dives into the ridiculousness of the hidden Mortal Kombat characters! Let's Play Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZJVzJk_24aefzpKAbqiP9Q Twitter: https://twitter.com/Pikasprey ================================ Some music from this video was made by some other YouTube users. Check them out here: (8-Bit end card music) Bulby: https://www.youtube.com/user/MrBulbamike (Castlevania Arrangements) Jorge Fuentes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC48KtWaOpRFA-bI0gAD7sSQ Kunning Fox: https://www.youtube.com/user/Kamikadze333666 Other Music: Kevin Macleod: http://incompetech.com
This was a great year for finding video game discoveries, which is why I'm honored to present the top 10 mysteries, exploits, and easter eggs found in video games in 2018. Let me know in the comments if know of something found in a game that was never meant to be found. Discord: https://discord.gg/JHJjJcY Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/oddheader Any support you want to give (of any form) puts me a step closer to putting out videos quickly, regularly, and more consistently. :) ~Games Featured~ (SPOILERS) Warframe Fortnite Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Qbert Doom 2 Hitman 2016 PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Nintendo Golf / Rollergames Halo: Reach Monster Max ~Clips and References~ SPOILERS Warframe Hub Bug https://gfycat.com/emotionaltendercowbird Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze - Metroid https://twitter.com/shanemarchis/status/1025219794381893632?lang=en Qbert AI Exploit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meE5aaRJ0Zs Doom 2 - 25 Year Old Secret Trigger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irNoHfnLXRM PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds - No Player in Circle Exploit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBhtond_S5Y Halo: Reach - Destroyed Science Wing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06y2_ql0iD8 Special thanks to Orange Velocity, Cassandra Lipp, Jeff Dawson, Termacious Trickocity, Jangoosed, Sekela, Juest, and Robert1999 for their contributions to this video. Music by Dark Colour. New album on the channel soon! http://oddheader.com #oddheader #bestdiscoveries #2018
The gaming community can be very vocal about things they don’t like. So when publishers and developers really mess up you can expect a massive backlash. Here are 10 controversies that outraged gamers! 1. The Red Ring Of Death Microsoft intended to be the first platform holder to usher in the new generation of HD gaming with the Xbox 360. In their rush to get to market first they made a box with serious overheating issues. This would often lead to total system failure which became known as the “Red Ring of Death”.. 2. Xbox One DRM Microsoft completely messed up the reveal of the Xbox One in 2013. The console was supposed to have strict DRM policies that made it impossible to trade games between console owners. The Xbox One also needed to be connected to the Internet once every 24 hours to prevent it from locking up your game library. 3. Phil Fish Good old Phil Fish is no stranger to controversy. The independent game designer behind Fez caused outrage in 2012 when he said that Japanese games sucked. He outdid himself a year later when he ragequit the internet and cancelled Fez 2. Fish got in a twitter fight with GameTrailers host Marcus Beer that escalated quickly. 4. Mass Effect 3 Ending Has there ever been a bigger fan outrage then the controversy surrounding the ending of Mass Effect 3? The underwhelming climax of the Mass Effect trilogy upset gamers who were led to believe that their choices actually mattered. BioWare had no choice but to respond by offering fans a little more closure with free DLC. They completely made good with the brilliant Citadel expansion a year later in which Shepard and his crew got the goodby they deserved. That’s what we call a happy ending to a controversial story. 5. GamerGate Nowadays, Gamergate has become something of a joke and the gaming industry has arguably improved, but back in 2014 it was serious business. The whole thing started when a female game developer was accused of sleeping with members of the gaming press in order to secure more attention for her game. This resulted in an online riot that escalated from angry comments to boycotts and threats against multiple women in the game industry. Which leads us to our next subject. 6. Anita Sarkeesian Anita Sarkeesian is one of the most controversial women in gaming today. Just mentioning her name is enough to evoke deep rage in some gamers. This feminist is famous for her Tropes vs. Women in Video Games series on Youtube in which she examines the depiction of female game characters. She quickly became the target of a hate campaign consisting of sexist harassment and online threats. Many of her enemies hold her responsible for what they view as the increasing influence of feminism on video game culture. Video game conversy doesn’t get more heated than this. 7. Jack Thompson Before Anita Sarkeesian it’s safe to say that Jack Thompson was the most controversial person in gaming. Nobody fits the angry grandpa stereotype better than good old Jack. The lawyer has been doing legal battle with the very concept of video games since the late ‘90s blaming them for causing real world violence. The Grand Theft Auto series became his primary target until 2008 when mister Thompson was permanently disbarred preventing him from practicing law ever again. Gamers around the world celebrated for days after hearing this news. 8. Konami Konami is the number one big bad publisher of 2015 as far as most gamers are concerned. They fired the beloved creator of the Metal Gear Solid series in the worst possible way and even went as far as removing his name from the box. They then went on to cancel the hugely hyped Silent Hills game and pulled the popular demo PT as well. Their upcoming game Metal Gear Survive is getting lots of negative feedback and many fans of the series have said to boycott the title when it comes out. You reap what you sow Konami. 9. Playstation Network Outage In 2011 information from over 70 million registered users of the PlayStation Network had their personal financial details compromised or stolen. This epic fail by Sony outraged many gamers who were unable to use the service for 24 days and had to update their credit cards. Sony even had to explain themselves to the US House of Representatives. It was a mess that affected a lot of gamers and Sony had to work hard at earning their trust again. They said sorry, gave away a bunch of free games and completely overhauled their online security to prevent something like this from ever happening again. 10. Online Passes & Microtransactions We are pretty used to them now but Online Passes & Microtransactions were very controversial back in 2010. Gamers were outraged to find out that multiplayer content was being locked away behind an online pass. Microtransaction were also seen as further evidence of nickel and dime tactics by greedy publishers. The days when you could just buy a game in a store and receive access to the entire experience are sadly gone forever.
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There are gamers who dedicate their lives to find all the easter eggs and secrets developers have put in their games. But there are also secrets that remain undiscovered for decades. In this video we take a look at ten secrets that remained hidden for many, many years! Let us know if you knew about any of these. Now enjoy 10 secrets in video games that took gamers years to find!
Super Mario World - Big Boo
We kick off this list with a monumental discovery. 26 years after the release of Super Mario World on the Super Nintendo someone discovered the Giant Boo is actually killable. For over two decades we have been running away from this big Boo, but all we needed to do is slide down a slope and hit him to kill him.
Final Fantasy IX - A new quest
If you ever thought you played every single quest from Final Fantasy IX, you might want to think again. Thirteen years after the game released in 2000, a new quest was discovered for this Playstation 1 role playing game. At multiple points during the game you need to go to a hideout to discover new members of a family.
Halo 3 - Happy Birthday Lauren
Halo 3 was an awesome conclusion of the first Halo trilogy. Ever since the release in 2007 gamers have been searching for easter eggs and clues in every level. But nobody expected this secret. On December 25th you would need to boot the game. Once the loading screen begins, hold down both thumbsticks and you would get a panned out view on the Halo ring.
GoldenEye - Spectrum ZX Emulator
We wouldn’t call this an easter egg, but deep inside the code of the Nintendo 64 game GoldenEye, there’s an emulator hidden for the Spectrum ZX. It took 15 years, a Nintendo 64 emulator and a smart software developer to discover the hidden code in the game. Apparently Rare had been messing around with emulation software on the Nintendo 64 during the development of GoldenEye.
Splinter Cell Double Agent - Baby Seals
Four years after its 2006 release an extra side mission in Splinter Cell Double Agent was unearthed… not by gamers, but by one of the developers that worked on the game. There’s a mission that requires you to find five hidden baby seals. Not only did you need to find collectible items, you would also need to present the right item to the right seal to actually be able to save it.
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past - Chris Houlihan’s Room
There are not many secrets more notorious then the Chris Houlihan Room in The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Apparently Chris Houlihan won to honor to have his name in the game thanks to a contest in the American Nintendo Power magazine. This resulted in a room full of rupees and a telepathic tile with his name on it.
Deus Ex Invisible War - Flag Flushing Toilet Party
Deus Ex: Invisible War isn’t the best game in this epic series but this secret definitely gives it some bonus points. At the final level of the game you need to find a flag in the bunker and take it with you. Then you need to go to a bathroom and flush it down a toilet.
Super Smash Bros Melee - The Master Hand
Seven years after its 2001 release players discovered that an unplayable characters from Super Smash Bros Melee was actually playable. The Master Hand can become a playable character using the Name Entry Glitch. You need to do some tricky and well timed button presses to unlock him.
Metroid - NAR PASSWORD
The developers of Metroid on the NES had a code build in that would give the player infinite power. In the world of passwords this is probably one of the most legendary. The code is called NAR PASSWORD or NARPA’S SWORD - but that’s another discussion. Using the password Samus will never run out of missiles or energy.
Many Nintendo games - Totaka’s Song
This last secret is a special one, because it exists in multiple Nintendo games ranging from the early 80s to modern day releases. Sound designer Kazumi Totaka puts his special tune in almost every game he works on.
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